Each candidate should note carefully the dates and hours, as fixed on this official timetable, for the examinations in the subjects in which he/she intends to present himself/herself. The Commission will not be responsible for any errors which may occur in the reproduction of this timetable by outside agencies. Candidates are required to be in attendance at least half an hour before the examination begins in the subject in which they first present themselves.
There are significant changes to the scheduling of Junior Cycle examinations this year. The start time of all Junior cycle afternoon examinations is 1.30p.m. Junior Cycle students must indicate their final choice of subject level not later than than 13th March 2020.
Information on the project and practical coursework can be found on the www.examinations.ie website
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